Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Rapid prototyping for elearning, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- When you're building your instructional materials,…content is queen, but ensuring that your content…is designed to lead your learner through the materials…is just as critical, and for that, you need to hone…your rapid prototyping skills and that's what we're going to do…in this week's episode of Training Tips Weekly.…Rapid prototyping is a term that means to quickly mock up…a proof of concept and easily iterate through the designs.…The process is meant to be fast and flexible…so you can quickly test out new ideas…without investing a lot of time or money…in actual development costs.…
Therefore, I'm going to share with you the three stages…of rapid prototyping for e-learning materials.…Use these to build e-learning sites, mobile apps,…self-paced instructional medium,…and even when you're designing…your next learning management system course.…Now the first step is to sketch out a basic storyboard…on a piece of paper, a whiteboard, or a sketching program…on a tablet.…Draw a simple frame to represent the device or screen…
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